Your Take: The Challenges of Multiculturalism in The U.S. and Abroad

Monday, July 25, 2011

Floral tributes and candles cover the ground as friends and loved ones gather in the pouring rain outside Oslo cathedral as they mourn the 93 victims killed in twin terror attacks. (Paula Bronstein/Getty)

In the wake of twin terror attacks in Norway — apparently carried out by one Christian fundamentalist man who targeted liberal policies on immigration and Muslims — we've been asking you: What are the challenges of increasing multiculturalism in the U.S., and how do those challenges impact your life? Today we listen to and read your responses, as well as hear audio from one of the survivors of the attacks. 

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